Murder suspect appears in court with hands bound, wrapped, and cuffed

Alonso Perez appears in court Wednesday, April 12, 2017, at the Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas. (Bradford Boyer/KSNV)

The murder suspect who broke out of handcuffs and escaped a North Las Vegas Police Department interrogation room faced a judge today, in custody.

With his hands bound, wrapped, and cuffed, Alonso Perez was walked into his hearing today by armed guards.

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The 25-year-old is pleading not guilty to the August 2016 murder of Mohammad Robinson.

Police and witnesses say Perez shot and killed the victim after he didn't hold open a door for a woman outside a North Las Vegas McDonald's.

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Perez is currently facing the courts on other unrelated charges, as well, including another murder case.